Not only is Las Vegas the Entertainment Capital of the World, it’s also a dining mecca with fabulous culinary treasures. Naturally, the destination boasts several opportunities to experience both options together.
Classic Las Vegas Dinner Shows
While Vegas is ever-changing, the destination is also timeless. That’s due in part to some of the spectacular entertainment that hearkens back to the various eras that put Vegas on the map. These Las Vegas shows are great examples of just that!
From Diana Ross & The Supremes to The Marvelettes, girl groups pretty much reigned, well, “supreme” during the Motown era. The all-female All Motown revue at Alexis Park All-Suite Resort features hits from the aforementioned superstars, in addition to tracks from the likes of The Jackson 5 and The Temptations. With the dinner show package, you’ll receive a voucher for Alexis Gardens or Pegasus Bar and Grill.
Be transported to The Sands Hotel’s Copa Room, where Sammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra headlined decades ago. The Rat Pack Is Back! at Tuscany Suites & Casino features performers giving dead-on impersonations, all while singing those memorable hits while backed by a live big band. You’ll have your choice of four entrée options from the fabulous Tuscany Gardens Restaurant when you purchase the “dinner and show” package.
Looking for something … medieval? Inspired by the tale of King Arthur, Tournament of Kings at Excalibur Hotel and Casino is complete with knights jousting and a meal that is suggested to be eaten with the original utensils: your hands!
Or maybe you want to crack the case? Murder-mystery enthusiasts will be thrilled with Marriage Can Be Murder at The Orleans Hotel & Casino. Just a short ride from the Strip, the production asks audience members to play detective while enjoying a three-course menu.
Dinner with a Show
Looking for a dining experience with a little … whimsy? Las Vegas is here for you. These spots offer a tasty and theatrical approach to a meal you will not forget.
Inspired by the showrooms of Las Vegas in the 1950s, the stylish supper club Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas features a fabulous menu of elevated American cuisine and nightly entertainment including live music, DJs and a Sunday Night Jazz event. The resort also offers entertaining dining experiences at Lakeside or SW Steakhouse, where visitors can enjoy the magic of the Lake of Dreams. The multimedia experience blends puppetry, an immersive soundtrack, and a creative light display to create an unforgettable show.
“Italian American Psychedelic” says it all. From the minds behind some of Las Vegas’ most zany production shows, OPM at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers guests a tantalizing spacecraft show. Next door, check out Superfrico, which features delectable dishes complemented by spontaneous creativity throughout the dining experience. OPM requires tickets, unlike Superfrico, so make sure you prebook. Catch a peek into Superfrico from VEGAS ON below.